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A troop 2nd pet store dog dogster is overcome existing a time the Xe Kong could be forded. Studies of sensor-detected truck movement patterns, climatic conditions, and North Vietnamese supply procedures led 7th Air Force Intelligence to suspect that there was a storage complex the Bak area. Similar indications had been noted during previous dry seasons. Between 1 1970 and 18 December 1970 items of intelligence relating to targets the Bak area were received. Two pertained to points within one kilometer of the storage area eventually uncovered at Universal Transverse Mercator Map coordinates XC855540. One was a reconnaissance photo showing bunkers and a large open area containing supplies on 4 1970 The other was a 20 November 1970 report from a forward air controller of antiaircraft artillery fire and supplies on the side of the road. There were-forward air controller and photo reconnaissance reports of truck revetments, supplies, possible truck parks and storage areas located from one to seven kilometers away from the storage area with the majority being from two to five kilometers to the north. During November 1970, White sensors detected almost four times as truck movements into the Bak area from the north as departed it moving south. 7 Intelligence signs indicated a supply dump and storage area near Bak and north of the Xe Kong River existed; the next task was to find it The night was clear with a bright at 30 degrees above the horizon. The helped the FACs to find the trucks moving along the trail, but the of the acted as a detriment. The truck drivers could drive with a minimum of artificial light using the brightness of the to illuminate the road. The low of the also lengthened the shadows made by the tall trees along the side of the road, making it more difficult to locate parked trucks Captain Monnig continued to track the trucks with a Model NVSF-040 The had entered 20TASS supply about three weeks earlier supplementing the Starlight scope. The Starlight scope had the capability to amplify light 400 times. The area where the Covey FACs worked was a high-threat area. On the plateau, the fire was intense and the triangulation extremely accurate. Some hits were reported but there were no casualties and no downed aircraft. _15 But before the F-4 aircraft could arrive, the trucks entered the triple canopy jungle plateau area and pulled east off the road into some trees. Captain Monnig raised the amplification of the to full volume and instructed Lieutenant Browning to hold the aircraft steady and to disregard any fire. The trucks continued through the jungle and all that Captain Monnig could pick out the were flickers of light as the truck headlights reflected off the foliage. Then the trucks turned north moving to area 700 meters east of Route 924. _16 Then the trucks stopped, doused their lights, turned them on again, then doused them again. About this time two F-4 aircraft, Wolfpack 93 from the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, Ubon Airfield Thailand were position. Covey fired a smoke rocket to mark the target. The fighters were armed with 82 hard bombs and CBU 24 cluster bombs. _17 On the first pass there were no secondaries. Captain Monnig moved the fighters 100 meters to the southeast. On the second pass, a 23 millimeter gun started to fire. On the third pass, the sky seemed to open up. A huge orange ball of fire with black smoke climbed a thousand feet into the sky. _18 The BAn Bac Ammo dumb found, this turned out to be one of the most successful interdiction's of the war. Even with all of the strikes, enemy truck drivers continued to use the truck park and storage area. By 5 1971 it was estimated that there had been 10 secondary explosions, 435 secondary fires, 43 trucks destroyed, and 11 damaged. Ho trail Jungle road section of the Ho trail. This shot taken from the seat of